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02/08/2021

Looking for traditional farm cures and sheep remedies

TWO transition year students from Boris Vocational School were recently accepted into the BT Young Scientists competition. As part of their project they will examine disease in sheep. As part of this they are seeking traditional Irish farm cures and remedies for sheep.” This is where we need help,” Aoife Drennan and Muireann Murphy told the Kilkenny People. “We would be really grateful to any farmers out there, old or young, who have any information or knowledge on traditional cures for sheep. You can get in contact with us using the following email address, agproject16@gmail.com or phone 0873153427. Any information would be hugely appreciated,” they said.

TWO transition year students from Boris Vocational School were recently accepted into the BT Young Scientists competition. As part of their project they will examine disease in sheep. As part of this they are seeking traditional Irish farm cures and remedies for sheep.” This is where we need help,” Aoife Drennan and Muireann Murphy told the Kilkenny People. “We would be really grateful to any farmers out there, old or young, who have any information or knowledge on traditional cures for sheep. You can get in contact with us using the following email address, agproject16@gmail.com or phone 0873153427. Any information would be hugely appreciated,” they said.

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